2021 NBA Draft: All The Picks And Trades From Draft Night

It was another event-filled night during the 2021 NBA Draft.

The league’s annual event started started off with a bang as the Washington Wizards sent Russell Westbrook to the Los Angeles Lakers as part of a stunning deal that formed a new “Big Three” in LA and allowed Washington to rebuild around Bradley Beal. In return for Westbrook, the Wizards received Kyle Kuzma, Montrezl Harrell and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, along with future draft picks.

When it came to the lottery, the first three picks went as planned: Cade Cunningham to the Detroit Pistons, Jalen Green to the Houston Rockets and Evan Mobley to the Cleveland Cavaliers. But then, starting with the fourth pick, chaos ensued, with intriguing selections and draft-night trades taking over the spotlight.

The Toronto Raptors surprised many by selecting Florida State’s Scottie Barnes with the No. 4 pick, and the Oklahoma City Thunder used the No. 6 pick on the first international player of the draft, selecting Australia’s Josh Giddey.

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The San Antonio Spurs continued the madness when they selected Alabama guard Joshua Primo with the No. 12 overall pick. At just 18 years old, Primo was the youngest prospect in the draft, and he will be the youngest player in the NBA next season.

Below is a breakdown of all the picks and trades on draft night.

First Round

1. Pistons draft Cade Cunningham
2. Rockets draft Jalen Green
3. Cavaliers draft Evan Mobley
4. Raptors draft Scottie Barnes
5. Magic draft Jalen Suggs
6. Thunder draft Josh Giddey
7. Warriors draft Jonathan Kuminga
8. Magic draft Franz Wagner
9. Kings draft Davion Mitchell
10. Pelicans draft Ziaire Williams (officially traded to Grizzlies)
11. Hornets draft James Bouknight
12. Spurs draft Joshua Primo
13. Pacers draft Chris Duarte
14. Warriors draft Moses Moody
15. Wizards draft Corey Kispert
16. Thunder draft Alperen Sengun (officially traded to Rockets)
17. Grizzlies draft Trey Murphy (officially traded to Pelicans)
18. Thunder draft Tre Mann
19. Knicks draft Kai Jones (officially traded to Hornets)
20. Hawks draft Jalen Johnson
21. Knicks draft Keon Johnson (officially traded to Clippers)
22. Lakers draft Isaiah Jackson (officially traded to Pacers via Wizards)
23. Rockets draft Usman Garuba
24. Rockets draft Josh Christopher
25. Clippers draft Quentin Grimes (officially traded to Knicks)
26. Nuggets draft Nah’Shon Hyland
27. Nets draft Cameron Thomas
28. 76ers draft Jaden Springer
29. Suns draft Day’Ron Sharpe (officially traded to Nets)
30. Jazz draft Santi Aldama (officially traded to Grizzlies)

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Second Round

31. Bucks draft Isaiah Todd (officially traded to Wizards via Pacers)
32. Knicks draft Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (officially traded to Thunder)
33. Magic draft Jason Preston (officially traded to the Clippers)
34. Thunder draft Rokas Jokubaitis (officially traded to Knicks)
35. Pelicans draft Herbert Jones
36. Thunder draft Miles McBride (officially traded to Knicks)
37. Pistons draft JT Thor (officially traded to Hornets)
38. Bulls draft Ayo Dosunmu
39. Kings draft Neemias Queta
40. Pelicans draft Jared Butler (officially traded to Jazz via Grizzlies)
41. Spurs draft Joe Wieskamp
42. Pistons draft Isaiah Livers
43. Pelicans draft Greg Brown (officially traded to Blazers)
44. Nets draft Kessler Edwards
45. Celtics draft Juhann Begarin
46. Raptors draft Dalano Banton
47. Raptors draft David Johnson
48. Hawks draft Sharife Cooper
49. Nets draft Marcus Zegarowski
50. 76ers draft Filip Petrusev
51. Grizzlies draft BJ Boston (reportedly traded to Clippers via Pelicans)
52. Pistons draft Luka Garza
53. 76ers draft Charles Bassey
54. Pacers draft Sandro Mamukelashvili (officially traded to Bucks)
55. Thunder draft Aaron Wiggins
56. Hornets draft Scottie Lewis
57. Hornets draft Balsa Koprivica (officially traded to Pistons)
58. Knicks draft Jericho Sims
59. Nets draft RaiQuan Gray
60. Pacers draft Georgios Kalaitzakis (officially traded to Bucks)

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